The Washington floral artist’s case reminds us that sexual-orientation laws threaten freedom and unfairly equate reasonable people with racists.
Their mutual love of flowers brought them together, but Baronnelle Stutzman and Robert Ingersoll’s love for each other grew out of their love of growing things.
It doesn’t seem right to accept that one cannot be a baker, florist, or photographer unless you compromise convictions that were well-accepted and widely shared until about five minutes ago.
If the LGBT movement is going to march under the banner of equality, don’t we all get equal respect for wrestling with who we are and what we believe?
People who believe it a sacrilege to participate in a gay wedding can keep themselves from being persecuted out of business with some savvy marketing.
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